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Thursday, March 3, 2011

updated 2011 list of top 10 MNC in India

Here is the news for India recently updated list of top companies in 2011 by 2010 on the basis of turnover, revenue, parent holding, number of employees and global performance rate.

Recent updated news has ranked country's top 10 multinational companies (MNCs) by revenue. Here we see IT MNC vs Commercial MNC. The listing comprises as many as Information technology companies.

These IT Companies seem to be overshadowing the likes of Hindustan Unilever (still in top 10), Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Cadbury whose very names till sometime back were synonymous with the term MNC in the country.

Here's the list of TOP MNC's-


The world's largest cellphone maker Nokia ranks at No. 2 on the list of top MNCs in India. 

Turnover: 23,000 cr 

Parent holding: 100% 

Employees: 132,430 (end 2010) 

Global performance: The company, which is currently facing tough competition from Google and Apple globally, in January reported its third profit fall in a row and warned of a weak start to 2011. Recently, Nokia teamed up with software giant Microsoft to adopt Windows Phone software across its devices, replacing its home-grown Symbian platform. Nokia is expected to launch Windows phones in 2012.

Vodafone Essar

The Indian subsidiary of Vodafone Group is at No. 3 on the list. 

Turnover: 22,000 cr 

Parent holding: 67% 

Global performance: Vodafone Group reported 3% growth in sales to 11.9 billion pounds ($19.29 billion) for the October-December period on the back of strong performances in businesses in India, Turkey and the UK. The British mobile operator said its group service revenue grew by 2.5% to 11 billion pounds. Vodafone said service revenues from Indian operations grew by 16.7% during the third quarter ended December 31, 2010. Apart from India business, the UK unit recorded underlying sales growth of 7% in the third quarter.

Hewlett Packard

HP (Hewlett Packard) At No. 5 is the world's largest computer maker.

Turnover: 18,500 cr 

Parent holding: 100% 

Employees: 3,04000 

Global performance: For the fourth fiscal quarter, the company globally reported a 5% increase in profits. The company benefited from increased spending by enterprises on storage and servers. Revenue from that segment jumped 25% year over year, to $5.3 billion.


Samsung, the world's largest manufacturer of flat screen televisions is at No. 7. 

Turnover: 16,000 cr 

Parent holding: 100% 

Global performance: In January, the company's global net profit rose 13% in the fourth quarter amid higher sales of semiconductors and smartphones.


At No. 8 on the list is consumer electronics major LG India. 

Turnover: 16,000 cr 

Parent holding: 100% 

Employees: 3000+ (India) 

Global performance: LG Electronics Inc posted a record quarterly loss in its fourth quarter ended December 2010. The absence of premium models continued to hit LG's phone business, while the TV division also lost money on intensified price competition. The world's No. 2 TV maker and No. 3 handset vendor reported an October-December operating loss of $219.8 million, its second consecutive record quarterly loss.


IBM, the world's largest computer services provider, is at No. 10 on the list. 

Turnover: 14,000 cr 

Parent holding: 100% 

Global performance: IBM recently posted its fourth-quarter profits that beat analysts' estimates. The hardware revenue climbed 21% to $6.3 billion, as the mainframe helped boost sales in that product category by almost 70%. Sales from the software division gained 7% to $7 billion.


  1. where is the full list ?

  2. It is the full list of 2011, what else you want you can mail us from our contact us page.

  3. LOL.. here some top place remain empty, where are they.. is it any problem with those company and U???

  4. r u sure dis info u hv posted is reliable?

  5. who are the upcoming mncs?????? in 2011

  6. Where are rank 1,4,6, and 9? Can anyone please tell me?

  7. the list i not complete i think or it has been outdated1
    What do you think friends?

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  9. A lot of multinationals have come into India but failed – not because their products were not good, but because they failed to understand India’s culture. Globalisation has been the new trend, but ‘standardisation’ will not work always. As a marketer, you need to be sensitive to each culture’s identities and its unique regional preferences and customise your product offerings.

  10. some companies in the list are missing, they are no where in the list i think this list is not completed

  11. i think this list is not complete